Why do people wait so long to get hearing aids?

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Some adults wait more than 10 years on average after being diagnosed with hearing loss to get hearing aids. One reason for the delay is perceived stigma. Another is that hearing loss develops so gradually, its severity sneaks up on people. My Hearing Centers wants to change that.

My Hearing Centers is looking for 100 people with problems hearing to take part in the 30-Day Challenge and evaluate the newly released, Signia AX.

Signia AX is a game-changing hearing device with two separate processors providing augmented hearing that lets you enjoy outstanding speech clarity with an amazing immersive soundscape in any situation.

Features include Dual processors for speech understanding and environmental noise (25% better speech understanding in noise than the previous technology), direct streaming to iPhone and Android, 36 hours of use on a single charge, portable charger that holds up to 3 full charges, clean your hearing aids while charging, and enhanced feedback cancellation and increased dynamic range.

Visit the My Hearing Centers location nearest you, and ask one of the hearing specialists about how Signia Active Pro can fit into your life.

Hearing consultations will be performed at no charge for all qualified callers. Participants will try new hearing aids risk-free for 30 days. Submit your information and My Hearing Centers will reach out to you to schedule your appointment.

My Hearing Centers are comprised of seasoned industry professionals. Despite their growth, My Hearing Centers recognize that they must maintain the local touch in each of their offices. Their local caregivers are dedicated, career hearing care providers who care deeply about the changes they bring to their patients.

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